TERRY BARBER's WEBSITE IS AT www.Terry-Barber.com
This cool chanteur gives "crisply pointed performances of great vitality and verve" - Los Angeles Times.
"Like a more soulful George Michael... I'm giving this (album) 10 stars. Very few are this worthy." -Adam Harrington, WhisperinandHollerin
"Gorgeous, lushly crafted, and lovingly sung work." -Kyrby Raine, ShotgunReviews
"Barber has a rippling tone of warm silver, both exciting and tenderly moving, that is unusually satisfying for this vocal range..." -The Oregonian
'...his grasp of the texts and elegant phrasing made for charismatic singing' and
"silvery tones" and a "delightfully natural soaring high register"! - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"A unique and vibrant voice that breathes life and soul into every tune" -TheZapping.com
From 80's covers to opera arias, this cool chanteur gives 'performances of great vitality and verve' - Los Angeles Times.
You may have heard his vocals on the Buddah-bar chill out series, on Adiemus Vocalise (EMI), or perhaps seen him on the opera stage? After completing a World Tour with three-time Grammy Award Winning, Chanticleer, Terry has been a soloist at Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera, Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, New York City Opera, Queen Elizabeth Hall... Terry has recorded solo vocals for most of the major labels and performed at many of the World's top venues. This benefit cd is his first SOLO release.
On 5/12/06 my maternal Grandfather died of cancer. Exactly seven months later, on 12/5/06, my mother was taken by the same disease. She was a young woman who took the best care of herself. They both set the bar high for the entire family as examples of strong, successful leaders.
It was my mother's dying wish for me to have my voice heard. It was she that influenced me to start private voice lessons at the age of seven. It is time for me to do something to give back and make a change for the future.
This album, I have put together of work that made my mother proud of me. "Do you hear that?" she would say as she played my music for everyone, promoting me even from her hospital bed.
I hope as people buy and hear this record, they will be aware of you and what you did to get me to this place. I love and miss you, Michele Russo Jillson.
The proceeds from this album, SONGS SHE LOVED, will go to cancer research. I hope that someday people like my young mother can be saved from this horrible disease that has reached epidemic proportions.
THANK YOU TO YOU for buying this album and helping to spread the word about it so that it can make the biggest impact and do the most good!
This album is about family. It's about the kind of love and support and responsibility that comes with being part of a larger family. So, I want to say thank you to the families that have treated me like one of their own. This album would not be what it is without your encouragement and support.
The families: Barber (of course!), Russo, DiVicenzo, Mulligan, Jillson, Budde, Jerome, Mulvoy, Cruz, Regina, Clark, Kipnis, Kornegay, Berrios, Wolchock, Cohen, Zuber, Faris, Chryst, Caulton, Williams, Brainerd, Engler, Arrow, Cook, Baldassare, Gibbs, Shaw, Singer, Chang, Dale, Pinelo, Alloro, Sasarak, Foy, Parker, Emmanuel, Gold, Nixon, Prestopino, Winters, Cogswell, Dejong, Betesh, Haney, Roberts, Hunt, Salmon, Manning, Ableman, Far, Graham, Wolf, Salvatoriello, Gosta, Lampsatis, Schmidt, Salm, Gibson, Johnston, Greenawalt, Radigan, Fish, Kroll, Bold, Harris.